"Macro photography has changed the way I view the world," says England-based pro photographer Oliver Wright, who specialises in wildlife, macro and adventure photography. "When you look through a macro lens, you see things very differently because you see more detail."
For years, photography was a hobby and a way to document Oliver's passion for rock climbing. But when an accident in 2010 left him with a severely injured ankle, he was forced to slow down. "I had this void of time and I learned to use my camera properly," he says. "I spent the time at local nature reserves because I wasn't quite so mobile – and I discovered macro photography."